Last year, ŠKODA AUTO managed to significantly reduce its CO emissions2 even being ahead of the goal set by the European authorities. The average emission value of all models produced in 2021 by ŠKODA AUTO was 114.8 g/km – 3 g below the limit set by the European Union. The increase in the share of fully electric vehicles, in particular, reduced the average emission levels and thus contributed significantly to achieving the targets.
ŠKODA AUTO is making strides in reducing its fleet. In 2021, the Czech automaker delivered around 43,400 fully electric vehicles to EU member states, Norway and Iceland, as well as 27,600 hybrid vehicles.
Successful launch of ENYAQ iV
ENYAQ iV plays a major role in achieving the goals of reducing CO emissions2 in EU Member States, Norway and Iceland. The Czech automaker has already delivered around 39,000 units to customers in these countries. It is the best-selling electric vehicle in the Netherlands and the Czech Republic in 2021. The ENYAQ iV has also received many international awards, including the “Golden Steering Wheel 2021”. Additionally, the ENYAQ iV is one of seven winners in the European “Car of the Year” competition; the winner will be announced at the end of February.
At least three more electric structures by 2030
As part of his strategy THE NEXT LEVEL – ŠKODA STRATEGY 2030, the company plans to launch at least three more electric models by 2030 that are smaller and less expensive than the ENYAQ iV. Depending on the market development, the goal is to increase the share of fully electric models in the sales of the ŠKODA brand in Europe to 50-70% by 2030. The company intends to reduce emissions from its fleet by more than 50% compared to 2020.